Stream of Consciousness: To be a kid again

I now remember why I loved playing and running outside in the fresh air as a kid. It is so much fun! Yesterday we went to the Dallas Arboretum for the afternoon. It was a beautiful day; the sun was shinning and it was about 10 C, or 50 F for all my America friends!...more

Little footprints and handprints

I am not the most crafty nor the most creative person around. However, I figured I better start getting my craft on now that I have a little one. For weeks I have been inspired by all the crafty blogs I read....more

Have a ball- a Joe Mohr cartoon

I love cartoons, but add some greenness to the cartoon and I am tickled green! I especially enjoyed them as a kid. But what kid doesn’t like cartoons, really? Joe Mohr uses his amazing writing and drawing talent paired with his humour to create one of a kind cartoons to get his environmental message across! I am lucky enough to be ale to share 5 cartoons with you over the next 5 weeks. Come back next Thursday to see another....more

Project Green Foot and an ugly veg

When I went to pick up our CSA basket, I saved 5 peppers, a few heads of lettuce, and celery from either the trash or compost. They were all on their last legs, so our local farmer just added it it all to my basket free of charge knowing I would juice the lettuce and celery! That really make my day....more

Stream of Consciousness: An apple a day keeps the doctor away

“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food” ~ Hippocrates...more

The beauty in a wind turbine

I get asked this questions all the time: Have you always been this passionate about the environment? I most definitely have not always been like this....more

Wordless trees Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday, a simple post which features a photo to convey a message that speaks for itself without using words; well not a lot of words.Beautiful Augusta, GA!...more

Dumpster diving anyone?

“There are nearly one billion malnourished people in the world, but the approximately 40 million tones of food wasted by US households, retailers and food services each year would be enough to satisfy the hunger of every one of them.” Bet you didn’t know that! ...more

Project Green Foot: Week 12, and a bag of chips

One of our friends from Montreal came to visit us from Wednesday through Sunday. Therefore, J.P ate out more often and consumed more alcoholic beverages in the name of football and hanging with his buddy....more

Stream of Consciousness: Tree Climbing

I appreciate trees. I love hugging them. I think they are beautiful to look at. I enjoy how the leaves change color in Autumn and little by little they fall to the ground one by one. I love how they slowly reappear in the spring.Every time we visit a new place, I run around taking pictures of the trees, and yesterday was no different. We spent the afternoon in Dallas and I was off taking pictures in the big gorgeous trees....more